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post #1001 of 2208
@uaokkkkkkkk have you ever had serious problems using the copperhead while the software is installed?
i have already blue-screened 3 times (which has never happened before on this PC), and the last one even made windows check my disk for errors. this was using software v6.10

edit: should've googled first. others have had BSODs as well. i guess i'll just run with fw 6.16i without checking the other versions. :-/
i think this is the only razer mouse i have ever seen that has stable 1khz polling rate, lol
Edited by Bucake - 6/3/16 at 1:43pm
post #1002 of 2208
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Originally Posted by uaokkkkkkkk View Post

I still don't know why you are projecting the gonson tek syndicate mouse on to the M50.

I'm sorry for not having your amount of inside knowledge. Is that what you're wanting to hear?

Look, all I'm saying is it has strange steps. Jeez, I'm so damn sorry for being so damn dumb.
post #1003 of 2208
I use win7. It has not.

But are there quirks to the mouse software and the mouse itself? Endu- enjoy the adventure if you can.

If you are really interested there's a tool made for linux that has some additional features. I was going to try it, but I eventually lost my patience with that mouse.

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Originally Posted by m0uz View Post

I'm sorry for not having your amount of inside knowledge. Is that what you're wanting to hear?

Look, all I'm saying is it has strange steps. Jeez, I'm so damn sorry for being so damn dumb.

I do not have any inside knowledge.

You are not dumb.

Anyway.

tek syndicate mouse= http://www.gonson.com.cn/en/mouse/gaming-mouse/item/298-gsm-262.html

That does not look at all like the m50 to me.

wolle then posted a similar looking shape. The Reachace S100. Reachace is a factory brand for Togran.
post #1004 of 2208
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Originally Posted by uaokkkkkkkk View Post

tek syndicate mouse= http://www.gonson.com.cn/en/mouse/gaming-mouse/item/298-gsm-262.html

That does not look at all like the m50 to me.

wolle then posted a similar looking shape. The Reachace S100. Reachace is a factory brand for Togran.

Ok, fair enough. Obviously didn't examine the Tek Syn mouse enough. They look nothing alike. Got it into my head that it had the Alcor shape doh.gif

Also, that mouse linked says it has steps of 800/1200/1600/2400 and also that it has a measly 3500fps. Has that shell been used before? Never seen it anywhere before the Tek Syn mouse.
Edited by m0uz - 6/4/16 at 4:59am
post #1005 of 2208
Imagine it as a sort of generic placeholder in a way. It can be rolled in the default way, or a different way.

I'll stick with Gonson as an example here.

Look at the Azio EXO-1. That mouse was Gonson too. Now can you figure out which of the models contained on that site are it?
post #1006 of 2208
[moved to Cooler Master Computex 2016 thread]
Edited by m0uz - 6/5/16 at 10:23am
post #1007 of 2208
Well well, there it is finally. The Razer Naga Hex Chroma.

https://www.amazon.cn/%E7%94%B5%E8%84%91-it-%E5%8A%9E%E5%85%AC/dp/B01DT48W5S



post #1008 of 2208
finally!
the piece of rubber for the thumb is cute.

is it just me or have their mice been losing soul for a long time? their earlier stuff looked so distinct, a unique look and shape for each mouse.
all their current mice look exactly the same to me? the style, i mean.
not necessarily a bad thing i guess, just kinda boring and easy
post #1009 of 2208
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Originally Posted by m0uz View Post

Just saw this KitGuru article on some new Ozone mice called the Exon F60, Exon F90 and Neon M50. The Neon M50 is basically the Tek Syndicate mouse PCB in the generic Alcor shape. Even has the 3310 and CPI ranging from "250 to 5000" apparently :/

https://ebgames.com.au/pc-216710-Ozone---Neon-M50-Optical-Pro-Gaming-Mouse-PC

http://www.kitguru.net/channel/computex/matthew-wilson/computex-ozone-readies-new-gaming-mice-and-rgb-cherry-mx-keyboard/

I know this is a while ago, but I actually want this mouse. biggrin.gif

Just not for that price, that's insanely overpriced.

EDIT: Ah that's Australia, well hopefully they'll sell it in the United States soon so I can pick one up.
Edited by Watsyurdeal - 6/9/16 at 9:27am
post #1010 of 2208
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Originally Posted by Bucake View Post

finally!
the piece of rubber for the thumb is cute.

is it just me or have their mice been losing soul for a long time? their earlier stuff looked so distinct, a unique look and shape for each mouse.
all their current mice look exactly the same to me? the style, i mean.
not necessarily a bad thing i guess, just kinda boring and easy

Seriously.

http://www.razersupport.com/gaming-mice

I just imagined all the other mice chanting "one of us, one of us~, join us~" to the Diamondback.
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